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Witch Book: (Orgarlan Saga: Book 2)

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  • Posted August 23, 2012

    Our story begins with Monika, a young witch, that has to practic

    Our story begins with Monika, a young witch, that has to practice in
    secret thanks to Lord Ky'debaul taking them to his castle. Monika is
    preparing for her first rite of passage bonding with an imp familiar.
    She is proud of her binding cloth now finished waiting for Lunar
    Ceremony. Little does Monika know that her cousin Darmin covets what
    Monika has. Darmin secretly wants all the attention that their Aunt
    Grecha lavishes on her cousins Monika and Wenda. Darmin feels that she
    is the better witch and cannot understand why her Aunt Grecha only
    teaches Wenda and Monika instead of her. Darmin switches her poorly made
    binding cloth with Monika's binding cloth then she asks her Aunt Grecha
    to be included in the Lunar Ceremony in two days time. Aunt Grecha
    reluctantly agrees to Darmin's request wondering what she's up to now.
    Monika discovers that the binding cloth she has is not her own yet can't
    prove it to her Aunt Grecha before the ceremony. The Lunar Ceremony
    moves forward as plan, Monika knows that her binding cloth is not her
    own, when the demon Belial appears in sacred circle instead of an imp.
    Monika is heartbroken and crushed by these turn of events where she
    flees to her room after the ceremony. Monika is unable to sleep and
    seeks out a spell to prove that she is not lying about the binding cloth
    not being the one she made. Wenda warns Monika about proving Darmin
    switching binding cloths to be dangerous for Monika. The truth is
    revealed yet Aunt Grecha won't hear of it at all and tells Monika that
    she can no longer teach her magic. Monika resolves to leave that very
    day to find a teacher stronger in magic. Monika feels that she is being
    guided by the Moon Goddess in her quest. Eventually Monika makes her way
    Cut Back Bay and Paniz's house. Paniz is surprised to find Monika at her
    doorstep two months earlier than expected but maybe tha is for the best.
    Paniz slowly teaches Monika about the magic she has within herself.
    Meanwhile back at Aunt Grecha's, Darmin is seeking more and more magic
    around her. Wenda stays out of Darmin's way much to Darmin's dismay.
    Aunt Grecha suddenly dies which frightens Wenda to no end. Wenda sends
    letters to her brother and Monika about her fears. Darmin is searching
    for a powerful grimoire called Hestate which has been in her Aunt
    Grecha's possession and now is nowhere to be found despite Darmin's
    efforts to finding it. Who are the imp's familiars belong too? Will
    Darmin find the grimoire? What will Monika learn from Paniz? What does
    Lord Ky'debaul do about human witches? Can Wenda and Monika escape Lord
    Ky'debaul's grasp? Will Darmin get what she wants? Your answers await
    you in Witch Book.

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